8:00am - Welcoming Remarks
8:30-10:00 - Steven Palmer (University of Windsor), "Cuba's Pasteurian Culture and its Introduction to the United States"
10:00-10:15 - Coffee Break
10:15-11:45 - Adrián López-Denis (Brown University), "Colonial Medicine, Atlantic History, and the Place of Latin America"
11:45-12:30 - Lunch Break
12:30-2:00 - Gabriela Soto Laveaga (University of California Santa Barbara), "A Medical Revolution Complete with a White Army: Medical Social Service and Rural Physicians in the 1930s"
2:00-3:30 - Gilberto Hochman (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation-FIOCRUZ), "Salted Connections: National and International Health Agendas in Brazil (Rural Endemic Diseases, 1940s-1960s)"
3:30-3:45 - Snack Break
3:45-5:15 - Paul Ramirez (Washington University), "State Ethnographies, Science, and Smallpox Scabs: Promoting Preventive Medicine in New Spain, 1779-1804"
Day Two8:30 - Arrival
8:45-10:15 - Diego Armus (Swarthmore College), "Tuberculosis and Regeneration: Imaginary Cities, Green Spaces, and Hygienic Housing in Buenos Aires, 1870-1950"
10:15-10:30 - Coffee Break
10:30-12:00 - Mariola Espinosa (Yale University), "The Question of Racial Immunity to Yellow Fever in History and Historiography"
12:00-12:45 - Lunch Break
12:45-2:15 - Adam Warren (University of Washington), "From Natural History to Popular Remedy: Animals and their Medicinal Applications among the Kallawaya in Colonial Peru"
2:15-3:45 - Pablo Gómez (Texas Christian University), "The Circulation of Bodily Knowledge in the Seventeenth Century Black Spanish Caribbean"
3:45-4:00 - Snack Break
4:00-5:30 - Julia Rodriguez (University of New Hampshire), "Argentina's 'World of Tiny Social Members': Children, Medicine, and the Fate of the Nation"